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Christian H Krupke

Entomology 

  • Professor of Entomology
765.494.4912

Awards & Honors

(2018) Graduate Student Educator. Purdue University Dept of Entomology.

(2018) Science Policy Fellow. Entomological Society of America.

(2018) Faculty Scholar. Purdue University College of Agriculture.

Selected Publications

Ba\vzok, R, Krupke, C., Bledsoe, L., Lemi\'c, D, Drmi\'c, Z, \vCa\vcija, M, & Viri\'c, H (n.d.). Effects of genetically modified maize for insect resistance on the composition of the ground beetle populations.

Murphy, A. F., Seiter, N. J., & Krupke, C. H. (n.d.). The success of the current resistance management plan for transgenic maize, Zea mays L.(Poaceae), targeting the rootworm complex hinges upon high rates of mating between resistant and susceptible beetles. However, differences in the fitness of adult beetles could result in assortative mating, which could, in turn, change the rate of resistance evolution. Adult head capsule widths of naturally occurring. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 139(1), 35--46.

Ba\vzok, R, Krupke, C., Bledsoe, L., Lemi\'c, D, Drmi\'c, Z, \vCa\vcija, M, & Viri\'c, H (n.d.). Effects of genetically modified maize for insect resistance on the composition of the ground beetle populations.

Murphy, A. F., Seiter, N. J., & Krupke, C. H. (n.d.). The success of the current resistance management plan for transgenic maize, Zea mays L.(Poaceae), targeting the rootworm complex hinges upon high rates of mating between resistant and susceptible beetles. However, differences in the fitness of adult beetles could result in assortative mating, which could, in turn, change the rate of resistance evolution. Adult head capsule widths of naturally occurring. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 139(1), 35--46.

Alford, A., & Krupke, C. (2018). A Meta-analysis and Economic Evaluation of Neonicotinoid Seed Treatments and Other Prophylactic Insecticides in Indiana Maize From 2000--2015 With IPM Recommendations. Journal of economic entomology, 111(2), 689--699.

Krupke, C., Holland, J., Long, E., & Eitzer, B. (2018). Planting of neonicotinoid-treated maize poses risks for honey bees and other non-target organisms over a wide area without consistent crop yield benefit (vol 54, pg 1449, 2017) JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY, 55(3), 1565--1565.

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